The logo setting allows you to customize the branding of Forestry CMS by allowing you to replace the Forestry logo in various touchpoints in the CMS.
Site name allows you to customize the display name of your site in the Forestry UI. This will update the display in the dashboard, in notifications, and various touchpoints.
The URL setting allows you to provide the URL to your production website, which allows editors to open the production website from the sidebar.
The timezone setting allows you to configure what timezone should be used when saving dates, previewing, and publishing. This setting effects the output of the date field
The deployment settings allow you to configure the behaviour of the CMS related to your hosting settings.
- Deploy on Git Push: when enabled, Forestry will automatically publish your site when changes are pushed to your Git repository.
Project paths allow you to configure features of Forestry related to your repository.
- Admin Path: the path from the root of your repository to where the Remote Admin should be deployed.
The File Paths settings allow you to configure how the Media Library operates. See the Media Library documentation for more information.
Hugo Version allows you to configure which Hugo version Forestry uses to build your Hugo site.
Look here for information on how to configure which version of Jekyll Forestry uses to build your site.
New File Format
The new file format setting allows you to configure what file format Forestry should create new content in.
- Markdown: will create all new content as
.mdfiles. The default and recommended setting.
- HTML: will create all new content as
.htmlfiles. This is a beta feature.
The Webhook URL setting allows you to configure an outgoing webhook to trigger third-party applications when events occur in Forestry. Learn more in the Webhooks documentation.
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